Groesbeck

Ormond Park Controversy May End In Settlement

Apr 6, 2018
Ormond Park sign with an RIP sign below it.
Katie Cook / WKAR-MSU

The controversial entrance to Groesbeck Golf Course was a topic of major interest last year. Now that the entrance is paved, WKAR’s Katie Cook revisited the site and caught up with the Friends of Ormond Park to find out where things stand with their lawsuit against the city.

View of Ormond Park from the Groesbeck Golf Course parking lot.
Naina Rao / WKAR-MSU

Ingham County Circuit Judge James Jamo today ruled that construction of a new driveway entrance to Groesbeck Golf Course through Ormond Park may proceed.

Friends of Ormond Park photo
Scott Pohl / WKAR-MSU

UPDATE AT 1:05 P.M.: Ingham County circuit court Judge James Jamo has signed a restraining order temporarily blocking work on a new road through Ormond Park in Lansing to the Groesbeck golf course.

A truck, fallen trees, and two construction workers.
Katie Cook / WKAR-MSU

Mayor Virg Bernero issued a statement Thursday saying that work has begun on a new entrance to Groesbeck Golf Course.


View of Ormond Park from the Groesbeck Golf Course parking lot.
Naina Rao / WKAR-MSU

Lansing City Council adopted a resolution last night to investigate how an entrance Mayor Bernero wants to build into Groesbeck Golf Course got approved.

 

WKAR's Brooke Allen spoke with the mayor to get his thoughts on the entrance.